On 08/28/2023 08:20 AM, Tim via users wrote:
YUM/DNF/RPM is not counting how many kernels you have on disc, it's counting how many kernel packages it installed. It didn't install the kernels of your previous releases.
I don't think so. I've upgraded Fedora installs many times, and watched the kernels from the previous version gradually vanish from GRUB as new ones get installed.
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